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Story The challenge facing the club's executive entering the off-season is to fix the on-field problems in order to maintain off-field momentum. Alex Anthopoulos, in his fourth season as general manager, has compiled a 309-329 record entering Friday'
Toronto Blue Jays Rajai Davis celebrates his game winning single with manager John Gibbons (L) to defeat the Baltimore Orioles during the ninth inning of their American League baseball game in Toronto, June 21, 2013. The 18-to-34 age group comprised
Story That also accounts for the huge rights payments for elite sports properties. The NFL receives over $5.6-billion (all currency U.S.) annually for its national TV rights. The Los Angeles Dodgers are getting between $7-billion and $8-billion for
BCE and Rogers will be required to spend $7.5-million over the next seven years on sports-themed programming. The federal broadcast regulator repeated its assertion that companies are prohibited from offering television programs on an exclusive basis
Rio de Janeiro's Mayor Eduardo Paes, top left, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Brazilian Olympic Committee, bottom right, and Brazilian athletes hold up the Olympic flag upon its arrival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Aug. 13, 2012 The
Crabtree expects to play exhibition opener Michael Crabtree was responsible for two bits of news Tuesday. First of all, he spoke to the media, which is news because he hadn't spoken to the media since January.
Former Comcast SportsNet Chicago reporter and anchor Sarah Kustok has joined the YES Network as its Brooklyn Nets reporter...Here is the news release provided by the Yes Network: A former star basketball player at DePaul University, Kustok most
A makeshift Citytv Saskatchewan sign taped over a frosted glass SCN logo was the first clue things are a little different in what used to be the headquarters of the Saskatchewan Communications Network. The giveaway, though, will come when viewers
The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Jul. 01 2012, 9:40 PM EDT Last updated Sunday, Jul. 01 2012, 9:51 PM EDT Please excuse the familiarity, but we come to praise Lorne Rubenstein. The Globe and Mail's nonpareil golf writer the past 32 years has
Rogers Communications Inc., Canada's largest telecom company with assets that include cable, internet and broadcast TV assets such as Citytv and Sportsnet, has announced 375 more layoffs. This was a very difficult decision, company spokeswoman